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Vermeulen sprints to victory at Chequamegon MTB Festival from 14-rider lead pack

Cofidis' Spanish rider Ion Izaguirre Insausti cycles in a lone breakaway in the final ascent of the Col de la Croix Rosier during the 12th stage of the 110th edition of the Tour de France cycling race, 169 km between Roanne and Belleville-en-Beaujolais, in central-eastern France, on July 13, 2023. (Photo by Thomas SAMSON / AFP)

Alexey Vermeulen (Jukebox-Shimano-Q+M) sprinted for the victory in the pro men’s division of the Life Time ​​Chequamegon MTB Festival presented by Trek in northern Wisconsin on Saturday. 

Vermeulen kicked it up a notch in the large field sprint for men and took the victory, ahead of Life Time Grand Prix leader Keegan Swenson (Santa Cruz Bicycles) in second place and Cole Paton (Giant Bicycles) in third. The 40-mile Chequamegon MTB event was the fifth event in the seven-race Life Time Grand Prix presented by Mazda series.

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